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Marine Lt. Col. Oliver North [Ret.] said it was "unconscionable" that Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.) "injected herself" into the phone call between President Trump and the family of a fallen U.S. soldier.

He said that he once served as a casualty assistance officer during the Vietnam War, calling it the most difficult thing he ever did in the service.

North said Trump was effectively acting in the same manner, making condolence calls to families who lost loved ones to war.

"President Nixon did it to friends of mine," North said.

"It's such a private thing... I find it stunning [what Wilson did]," he said.

North said the call is supposed to be a "moment of bereavement."

"She wrecked it," he said. 

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